I've got a long-anticiapated result with IMPOSSIBLE FILM! I think I should buy and try PX70 color protection as well some other day. My SX-70 is not customized for iso 600, so I hope the film will show a better result... is it just a wishful expectation?
チェキでは予想通りの「ああ、そうですよね」な感じだったけど（室内はアウト！って自分に言い聞かせてたんだけど、今日は特別やし、と敢えてのチャレンジ，しかも２枚も＞m＜）、そうだ！ポラロイドがあるじゃない、と久しぶりに使ってみた。エキスパイアしてるためか、電池がダメだったので昔の600フィルムのと交換したり・・・ああもう！１枚目は遮光板をつけてなかったので、念のためもう１枚。真っ昼間だけど蛍光灯もつけて。現像されるのを待つ間寝てしまい・・・起きた時には２枚のどっちが先に撮ったか分からなくなってしまい、実験失敗。でも、PX680 color protection ２パック目にしてやっと満足のいく結果が出た。今日だったからか？ありがとうタビ。そして、やっぱポラロイドはええな。
Around 8 in the morning. I was driving in spite of the dense fog; we could see almost nothing. We had hoped for a vast green scenery at a place higher than clouds (and according to the weather forecast it would be only cloudy with no rain). We had started at 4 in the morning and I drove the narrowest road I had ever driven. Et voilà! The karst plateau was totally fogbound with rain and strong wind. We couldn't get out of the car, so just drove around. Between whiles the fog got blown off and the scenery appeared for only a few seconds. Green colors were really beautiful and So we enjoyed it and karstic rocks looking like sheep or cows in the green plateau (there were cows in fact;). The wind roared but I felt as if I were in a world of no sound. It was a good morning.
Yesterday I was walking to the sea. It was around 4 in the afternoon. Birds were twittering and wind was softly blowing. Suddenly I heard a bush warbler singing from above. Looking up, I found one on the electric wire. The pale greenish blown body was seen clearly so I pull out my instax and pointed to the bird. And the result was this: you'll almost never see the little bird on the screen. (Well, as an excuse, I can see it on the real photo;-) But the bird was really cute and his song was beautiful. He was very good at singing indeed! I said "you sing so well!" and he sang again and again. It was a lot of fun.
Now I am in my room and can hear some bird chirping.What kind of bird? I don't know. Not a sparrow, nor a swallow. But I never get tired of hearing it.